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't IC Vv I ggf Nat Ng 1 -22A 1981 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM TUESOAY EVENING MARCH 17 1981 1 I Sears I DALE CARNEGIE COURSE Hunt for remains resumes Houston pczir say state took land (ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR NEXT aAss) Self Confidence Leadership Enthusiasm sII Your Ideas Overcome Audience fear Human Relations Control Worry Memory Effective Speaking (Ail Included) See how this famous course can benefit you! FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 4 4 i i i I A A I 4 4 4 4 CORRECTION In our ad of the Star-Telegram on Sunday March 15 the price wu incorrect for the Spectrum Motor Oil the ad should have read 89c qt We apologize for this trti7 83-1-0018 Presonted by Don Day Associa tea By TOM ANDERSON the Darrington prison unit has offered a crew of Star-Telegram Writer convicts to help clear the area Fort Worth detectives George Hudson and LE it's a big area" Ratliff said "it's wooded swam- DV Anderson returned to a swamp near Alvin this snake and mosquito-infested" The area investigators want to search was morning to resume their search for the remains of mped dry last week "but it filled back up We three Port Worth girls who disappeared two days got to look in it and that's all" Ratliff said before Christmas in 1974 In some of the area investigators have dug down The detectives are making their third search of as far as 3 feet into the mushy ground but Ratliff -the brushy isolated area about eight miles south- said this time "we're going to go through it with east of Alvin hoes and dig about 3 inches" Last week four investigators from Fort Worth How long the investigators remain will "depend plus Brazoria County sheriff's deputies and other on how much manpower we get" and how success-officers searched a week and found one human ful the search is Ratliff said bone that has been identified as part of an upper If the current search is not productive it could leg bone be the final search of the area for remains They also found several other bone fragements While investigators believe that skeletal that have not yet been identified mains found in the area in 1976 are those of the The three Mary Rachel Trlica 17 Lisa Renee missing girls identification cannot be completed Wilson 14 and Julie Ann Moseley 9 disappeared until investigators can find one additional skull 'I 'while Christmas shopping at Seminary South Dec and teeth to compare with the missing girls' dental --'23 1974 records Major Case Sgt JR Ratliff said this morning "The only thing so far is they're human (bones) 4 l' "We got a lot of area cleared" but added there is there's been no identification yet 4 'Still a large section of land to be examined "We feel this is the best lead that could be the ell A Texas Department of Corrections official from girls" Ratliff said 4 1 LI I Nift I tit 044 VI Alpyi Ai )s-(K Ati I 7 PIIP 10100 4 lv vskyogip itlp I 1 I I I -tt- 41110 a a HOUSTON (AP) A Houston woman says the Texas General Land Office took 75 acre' of Leon County land in 1961 that had been in her family nearly a century "They never even sent us a letter saying they were taking our land" Hattie Mae Bundrick said Monday "Never even said thank you Not to thisday" The Houston Chronicle reported today the land Mrs Bundrick and her brother Robert Hebert inherited is part of a Leon County area in dispute because of a century-old legal technicality failure of the state to issue a patent or title before all public lands became part of the Permanent School Fund by legislative action in 1900 An elderly Jewett couple Mr and Mrs Jessie Johnson reported last week the same problem has placed them in danger of losing 120acres of Leon County land they have lived on and paid taxes on since 1928 Mrs Bundrick said tax notices on the 75 acres have been received as late as January from the Leon County tax office She said she first learned about the problem when she saw a 1961 classified advertisement in which the state was putting the land out for lease "We lost 75 acres of land that was producing oil land that my great-granddaddy had settled sometime around the end of the Civil War" she said '1 A 0 (4A 'r OVER 600 EXHIBITORS FLORISTS NURSERYMEN GARDEN SUPPLIERS Featuring Garden Patios Films Lectures Table Show FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 14 104 1-6 Sponsored by: Fort Worth Garden Club and Fort Worth Park and 1 Recreation Dept 'TORS RYMEN LIERS 5 Patios lowers SUNDAY 1-6 OVER FLORISTS i6T7 EXHIBITORS itt GARDEN SUPPLIERS Sponsored by: Fort Worth Garden Club and Fort Worth Park and Recreation Dept 9VIN0181 Will llopm Exhibits lidg MARCH 27 28 29 1981 Will llopm Mil' MARCH 27 28 Insurance firm sues for reimbursement from FAA 7 kt4(171cierzris t--z -Tr- dr oirojAr i '1 CHILDAREUENDER 12 WITH ADULT CHILDREN LIM FREE WITH ADUI 111111AUULI AA A Dallas insurance company filed a federal law- quately warn the pilot about wind turbulence near in Fort Worth Monday seeking reimburse- Springdale Ark where the airplane exploded in '--ment for $64500 the insurance company said was February 1977 paid for a 1977 five-fatality airplane accident it Killed in the accident were five Fort Worth blames on the Federal Aviation Administration residents: the pilot and and four executives of '117-' Compass Insurance Co Inc is contending the World Service Life Insurance Co Dead were Mrs 4 FAA's southwest region headquartered in Fort Nancy Barrett the pilot and executives Jimmy Worth is negligent for approving a modification Kenneth Fulkerson James Ward Jr Fabe a Piper Navajo that is alleged to have led to the gram and Reed 'Vowel' 'accident The modification provided storage space The lawsuit stems from insurance compensation or -)n the airplane's wing paid for property damage not the deaths The FAA In addition the FAA's employees failed to ade- has denied claims for compensation 4Nt -4t 44 trt 1V4 4 5 Pi JA KA et 7 i-ddh 0 log mmmoill onomineva ipmEmoli Momn MEEINft- Amilmol a a) FREVCO DISCOUNT DRUG CENTER-1 1irit7AITEE-ca 8 13 Of St Patrick's Day Sale! 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Noo GET LUCKY WITH OASIS The VP I 106 JEWEL ASHING 04 first Gold Star mother plusiron VE $200" Regular $59900 00 5 i )1' 11111 L--- III )---- 4 i 11--- it -A 7 14111811111'4V' slines -7 Zinc and Vitamin plus 600 mg Vitamin and BComplex Vitamins 1 Now $399 is' THE LA JOLLA Strong simple lines set this it solid wood book- 4 case waterbed apart from the others and its stained and lacquered THE LA JOLLA Strong simple set this it solid wood book- case waterbed apart 10 TAIUTS Or FREE VIBRATOR With Northam of 125000 FREE SHEETS with Purchase of 035000 HEETS lortbase Jewel Ashing 85 of 1100 Greenspoint Circle Fort Worths first Gold Star Mother in World War II died Monday at a Fort Worth rest home Funeral will be held at 11 am Wednesday at 4 Mount Olivet Funeral Home with burial at Mount Olivet ye Mrs Ashing's son Carl Blake Ashing was killed 7 1441 in the first Japanese attacks during World War 11 As the result of her son's death she was the first Fort Worth Gold Star Mother She was 1- native of Covington but had lived in Fort Worth most of her life She was a member of Eastern Star Lodge No 420 and Polytechnic Church of Christ Surviving are two daughters Mary Nance and Pat McKesson both of Fort Worth four grandchil dren: and five great-grandsons '41 lecmor Perry -t NEW YORK (AP) Eleanor Perry an Emmy Award-winning screenwriter whose credits in-eluded David and Lisa and Diary of a Mad House- -wife died of cancer at her home in Manhattan on Saturday She was 68 years old 4' She won Emmy awards for two television 1- screenplays Christmas Memory adapted from a short story by Truman Capote and House Without Christmas Tree 1 sot ar tat 49:: '111' Om 000x4t ras IA al a Rat aa 4 4 di 1 "aa I Sot EVERYDAY DISCOUNT $623 PRCE 60 Tablets 0 A SOS WAIME gEDS No ett 11S 41r 4i ov 4 0 er 44 I It 41114b 4116 dlyab ON sit de get ee we woks Wk ea wm me" slib 10 Nel lb 4 116 4 4 a 411 V'tti I 11S 41 aor a air at 2 0 tit a 4 10 IP a III 4 4' a at a 1 404 abla at 914 141 elk aa I 1 aa I awl I me" Al 1 sqvb ttlo titt oft NIP Vitt I 104 1 et ly011 EithertElten nyou ean-get 1323 SEMINARY PHONE 926-7611 I To al Dm nro En0 fo 013 Ezell 1idcas3 a 0 cc 0 't 0 lotrfL 41''' -71' i'? 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